But how to throw yourself one? Should be easy, right? Find some Colin Farrell movies and watch them. But no, there’s a finer art that goes into curating the proper play order.
On this week's episodes of Page of the Wind, we talk about pages 223-229, in which Kvothe continues to acquire the trappings of a proper young lad, as opposed to a street ragamuffin.
Moe and Doug hop in the wayback machine to check out the epic monster classic THE DEVIL ANT, featuring Tom Savini, Roger Corman, and Hillary Clinton (?) to name a few!
This week James and Yaw take on the Nintendo mega-franchise Metroid.
Enter for a chance to win one of two copies of the animated hit Epic on Blu-Ray, courtesy of Dork Shelf and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment!
Shoddy and forgettable, Epic might be one of the most ill titled films ever. It seems more like wishful thinking than an actual title. It's the first major high profile misfire of the summer.
Director Tarsem Singh previously made two visually stunning, but incredibly boring and boneheaded films (The Cell, The Fall) before taking on his latest film Immortals. Undoubtedly talented when it comes to visuals, his latest film somehow manages to rank as the least of his efforts, but not for lack of trying. Whereas his past efforts have been ambitious failures, there simply isn’t anything in this sword and sandals epic that hasn’t been done before, or better, hundreds of times before.
At the recent Gears of War 3 launch event in Toronto we had the opportunity to play about two and a half hours of the Gears of War 3 singleplayer campaign. The few hours we played of Gears 3 were filled with intense battles, huge bosses, new enemies, and a decent variety of gameplay. We certainly enjoyed our time with the game and cannot wait to play through the whole singleplayer campaign.